>>123521220>The Universal Marvel contract prohibits them for making any "simulator" type ride that sits more than 4 people at once
Read the contract again: https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1262449/000119312510008732/dex1057.htm
"page" 17 and 18 in particular. The restrictions on simulators only apply in regions where Universal's got Marvel properties, in this case Orlando/east of the Mississippi. But even then, it only applies to Marvel's "Marvel Action Universe" retail spaces they had planned, and such restrictions don't apply to what Disney is doing on the east coast since, per "i." on page 17, anything that would be considered "Marvel Action Universe" can't be within 60 miles of Universal Orlando; Disney World is less than 15 miles away.
The only thing that really applies to Disney for parks is basically page 10 to the first half of page 13; basically the whole thing where they can't use Marvel characters in their parks east of the Mississippi that can be considered Universal as Universal using them.
That said, yeah, while the seats for the Quinjet do probably move separately given there was mention that it's a new ride system; I'm skeptical it'll be more than a simulator given, if it sticks to the concept art, it seems like there's massive battles you're supposed to fly through, and it's difficult to get the speed/movement of super heroes with animatronics.>>123521797
I'd say that if it doesn't disappear in the first month because of it being trickier than they expected, then it'll last fine enough for at least 5 years. I'd say it's way more likely that the first half of the show where he does lackluster rolls and stunts before the swing is going to get changed/scrap before they hit significant problems with the animatronic.